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Athens Stock Exchange: “Black Monday” for Greek Banks, losses at 15.86%

I don’t know what happened with the stakes of the Greek banks today. But they massively plunged 15.86% in the Athens Stock Μarket and had some local media described the day as “Black Monday” for the banks. Reason for this disaster was apparently the fear that the recapitalization of the …

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Reporters Without Borders: Greece plunged more than 50 places in Press Freedom Index within 5 years

Freedom of press and information suffered a huge decline in Greece according to the Press Freedom Index 2014 published by the international organization Reporters Without Borders. Index 2014 places Greece in the 99th position, that is 14 points lower when compared with report 2013, where Greece held position number 85th …

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Athens Stock Exchange Plunged -6.84%

Bad day for the Greek govenrment, the Euro Zone and consquently for the Athens Stock Exchange. Monday’s session closed with the General Index at 566.79 point. ASE sunk due to uncertainty The General Index of Athens Stock Exchange lost 7% on Monday. The banking index dropped the most, while PPC, …

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